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(like my dad), and trusting in God. Those are my three ideas about what patriotism means. I believe the United States is a really excellent and great country. I am so glad to be patriotic. “Give me liberty or give me death.” - Patrick Henry “I pledge allegiance, to the flag, of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.” ...

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What Patriotism Means to Me

“What Patriotism Means to Me” Does Patriotism still matter anymore? Or, is it just the national anthem playing before a sports game, saying the Pledge of Allegiance at school in the mornings? Or, is it just the celebrating of holidays that honor our armed forces? Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary says that patriotism is the “Love some people feel for their country.” Personally, I think that a person with great patriotism has love, support, serves for their country. “Give me liberty or give me death...

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Elk Grove V Newdow Brief

Case Brief: Elk Grove Unified School District v. Newdow FACTS: The Respondent Michael Newdow’s daughter attended school at the Elk Grove Unified School District in California. Elk Grove teachers began each school day with a recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, including the words “under God” added by a 1954 Congressional Act. Newdow sued in federal district court in California, arguing that this violates the establishment clause of the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment. PROCEDURAL HISTORY: The...

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Example of a Narrative Report

participants coming from 3rd to 6th Grade. The program was opened by a humble prayer from Ms. Lilibeth Vidal, Teacher III from Doc. Jose P. Rizal Elementary School (DJPRES) followed by the Philippine National Anthem, Dasmariñas Hymn and the Pledge of Allegiance. Just after, Ms. Ma. Paula T. Magrimbao, the Master of Ceremony called out each school that joined the said event. Dr. Antonia P. Arias, Principal IV from DJPRES gave the Welcome Address while Dr. Edita P. Gonzales delivered the Opening Remarks...

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contests were going to take place. One of the speech contests was the comedy speech contest in which they were going to vote for a winner that will represent Jewel City in the tournament amongst the other clubs. We first started off with the pledge of allegiance and made our way to the topic theme of psychic phenomenon. Three club members stood up and brought up an actual life experiences tied to psychic phenomenon. And when we finished that, we were introduced with the word “impalpable” and were told...

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Induction Ceremony Script

Kitty Hawk Air Society Induction Ceremony Script Neessen and pledges form up out of sight Emcee: Welcome to the Air Force Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps Kitty Hawk Air Society Induction Ceremony. I am Cadet (Rank and full name said) and I will be your emcee for this evening. As a courtesy for our inductees and guests we ask you to please silence your phones at this time. LONG PAUSE TO ALLOW THEM TO SILENCE CELL PHONES! Emcee: Ladies and Gentlemen, please stand, place your right hand over...

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Banning Prayer from Schools

the Lord’s Prayer. Later on schools had their own buildings and still they started their day with the Lord’s Prayers and the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. I talked to my mother and she told me when she was coming up they always said the Lord’s Prayer every day before classes started. When I started school I remember saying the Lord’s Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag. We took a moment of silence to pray for family and friends that had passed away and also the ones that might be...

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Musyarakah Essay

16 SUPPORTING CONTRACTS Supporting contracts most often used in connection with debt financing are as follows: rahn (pledge) dhaman (guarantee) wakalah (agency) wadiah (safe custody), and ibraa’ (rebate) 17 (1) Rahn (pledge) There are five essential elements of pledge as follows: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) Pledgor Pledgee Obligation or right to a claim (debt) Pledge (property pledged) Contract : offer and acceptance 18 (1) and (2) Pledgor and Pledgee Pledgor and Pledgee must meet three...

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Peace: World War Ii and Perennial Philosophy

Vietnam, the antiwar activities during that era were, in their best form, the first conscious efforts at the leading edge of evolution, mainly among Americans, to assert a new political view which extends the American ideal to all humanity, and to pledge allegiance to humanity on the basis of what was really the perennial philosophy, even though most antiwar protesters of that time had probably never heard the term. How can that transcendental wisdom, that visionary insight be put to work? How can it be...

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Church vs. State

state. Some people strongly believe that “In God We Trust” should be removed from the dollar bill, and “One nation under God” should be removed from the pledge of allegiance, because they feel that that is like forcing a certain faith upon people in a free country. Others strongly believe that we should keep those sayings on the money and in the pledge because it’s sticking to what America’s founding fathers believed and wanted. It is evident that this topic is hotly debated, but it is not yet evident...

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